Adjective. good health (absolutely) healthy, in good health.
Definition for your health: for your health - used as a bowl.
Happy New Year is a little different because English speakers don’t usually say a happy new year, they say a happy new year. The term in French should capture the meaning and not be strongly associated with a good literal annual translation.
The feminine word for the word good is good. In English, the opposite of good is bad. We can translate badly into French as follows: Male = model in French. Evil is a man.
The name Sante means holy. Sante is an alternative form of Santo (Italian, Spanish): from the Latin sanctus.
The term Santa Fe is translated as Santa Fede in Spanish. Although better known as Santa Fe, the full legal name of the city to this day is La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís.
to your health in American English Collins!
It is generally associated with Italy and France (where it is spelled cincin) which means for your health or cheers. In the UK, chinchin can mean bye, bye and bye. But the term most likely comes from China.
Hello means hello, not health. It is possible that the confusion stems from the common use of salud (salute) as a toast in Spanish-speaking countries and salut (salute) as a toast in Italy.
Chinchin is an Italian toast (actually CinCin) which I think is on par with your health. One of our Japanese engineers once told us a story about it. In Japanese, the word ■■■■ means penis.
Adjectives. good is usually an adjective. Change a name to mean good, appropriate, efficient, fair, useful, etc. The bee means good, moral, fair, sane, etc. and can only be used as an adjective with copular verbs (state of being) such as being.
Adjective. Instead of having or showing an observant nature. (from words or language) Against reconciliation or meekness.
Related words The opposite of gross is clear.
The opposite of a number is simply the number on the other side of the zero on the number line. The opposite of a is a. The opposite of a is a. The opposite of 5 is 5.
The reverse is often (often) or always (always).
One to thank the person for wishing you a good day, the other to say hello to that person too. But thanks or you too or good day you would too!
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